Logan County Tobacco & Heritage Festival
The Logan County Tobacco & Heritage Festival is Logan County, Kentucky’s largest community event, attended and participated in by an estimated 25,000 people. The festival had its beginning in 1941 and was a one-day event, coinciding with the opening of the Christmas shopping season. Full of fun events for everyone, this annual festival has attracted Logan Countians for decades. Whether you're new to the area or a long time native, we cordially invite you to join us in our favorite homecoming event, the Logan County Tobacco & Heritage Festival!
A tradition dating back over
Something for everyone!
From the Tobacco Judging contest to the reenactment of the 1868 Jesse James Robbery, you're sure to find an event to enjoy. Some crowd favorites include the Festival Queen’s Pageant, Historic Walking Tours, Cemetery Tours, Pet Show & Fair, Jesse James 5K Run/Walk, Bike Ride, Golf Scramble, Senior Stroll, Taster’s Luncheon, Harvest of the Arts Art Contest, and more.